Offering an exquisite menu of Spanish cuisine with a contemporary twist, Candela Romero offers a private and stylish dining space complete with a lounge area and a terrace overlooking Paseo de la Reforma.
On Wednesday evenings at 7pm, The Atrium is transformed with the spirit of celebration as a bottle of champagne is opened with a saber and guests enjoy a toast to another beautiful day in Mexico City.
Adjacent to the hotel lobby on the third floor, this high-ceilinged, contemporary restaurant is flooded with natural light. Warm orange, red, and brown tones set off white ceilings embellished with hand-carved flowers and a stunning leather floral mural. Guests relax in comfortable leather and wood-trimmed chairs, surrounded by intricate, hand-forged panels that separate tables and create a subtle sense of intimacy. Overlooking Paseo de la Reforma and the Fountain of Diana, the restaurant and its romantic outdoor terrace are among Mexico City’s most acclaimed addresses. Smoking is allowed on the terrace.
Suite reservations include complimentary breakfasts at Diana Restaurant.
Treat your senses and your health at the Juice Bar, located on the 15th floor at the Remède Spa. Choose from a fresh selection of beverages, including fine teas, and healthy light snacks.
The St. Regis Mexico City and Moët Hennessy unite to pay tribute to Maison Krug. La Table Krug, the city’s most intimate and exclusive French restaurant, offers a multisensory experience in a luxurious setting for 12 guests. An extraordinary 11-course culinary journey is masterfully orchestrated by Head Chef Óscar Portal, who designs signature recipes and menus with the freshest produce and the world’s highest-quality ingredients.
The Glass House Café serves pastries by renowned Chef Paulina Abascal, Dammann Frères teas, and premium delicious coffees. Guests are invited to sit in our comfortable lounge facing Fuente de la Diana Cazadora or choose from our takeaway offerings.
Warm, inviting, and elegant, with a romantic energy all its own, J&G Grill welcomes guests with a menu of succulent prime meats, fresh seafood, unique creations by Executive Chef Olivier Deboise Méndez, and one of the city’s finest wine collections.
Linger over cocktails and enjoy a small plate of snacks in our King Cole Bar, or venture out to the inviting terrace and enjoy perfect views of the famous Diana Fountain, the Angel of Independece, and Chapultepec Castle.
The main bar of The St Regis Mexico City, the King Cole Bar, is located next to the lobby on the third floor. Its décor invites guests into a warm atmosphere, complete with dark wood walls and floors with moss-green carpets, all highlighted with splashes of dark green. An original mural by Pablo Weisz Carrington, surrealist painter and son of Eleonora Carrington, graces one wall with intriguing scenes inspired by the great artist's childhood.
Honoring a long-standing tradition, each St. Regis hotel creates its own signature Bloody Mary. At The St. Regis Mexico City, the cocktail is called a Sangrita Maria—an enticing blend of Mezcal, sangrita, and a bracing dash of pasilla chile puree.
Cigar aficionados will find an excellent collection from which to choose from and may enjoy cigars outdoors, on the terrace.